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From ‘lottery tickets’ to ‘jam nights’, our guide to getting the best of British culture for less

The Observer 14 Jul 2024
Film used to be one of the cheapest entertainment options available, with a cinema ticket in 1974 costing an average of 50p (about £4.50 in today’s money) – true entertainment for the many, even when you take inflation into account.
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Why I was lucky to be paid £4 an hour to smell like a fried egg

The Times/The Sunday Times 13 Jul 2024
They really were halcyon days. It was a time when petrol was about 75p a litre, a pint of beer around £2 and a cinema ticket. Business & Money. Money. Related articles. HOLLY MEAD ... My money tip for you ... Sponsored. .
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Kevin Costner suffers another embarrassing flop as $100,000,000 Horizon sequel pulled from cinemas

Metro UK 11 Jul 2024
The upcoming instalment of Kevin Costner’s pricy Horizon franchise has been pulled from cinemas weeks before it was slated for release ...Territory Pictures and New Line Cinema have decided not to release Horizon.
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Kevin Costner’s ‘Horizon’ sequel pulled from August release

East Bay Times 11 Jul 2024
Costner, who directed, co-wrote, produced and stars in “Horizon,” is reported to have invested some $38 million of his own money into the project. A statement from a New Line Cinema ...
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Pullman food co-op forced to shift plans

Moscow-Pullman Daily News 10 Jul 2024
The local nonprofit anticipated opening a store on Bishop Boulevard near Pullman Village Centre Cinemas, but failed to raise enough money to purchase the building ... But its fundraising efforts were unsuccessful ... .
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Pullman Good Food Co-op's plans for Bishop Boulevard location fall through

Moscow-Pullman Daily News 10 Jul 2024
The local nonprofit anticipated opening a store on Bishop Boulevard near Pullman Village Centre Cinemas, but failed to raise enough money to purchase the building ... But its fundraising efforts were unsuccessful ... .
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Pullman Co-op's Bishop Boulevard Store plans stalled due to funding issues

The Lewiston Tribune 10 Jul 2024
The local nonprofit anticipated opening a store on Bishop Boulevard near Pullman Village Centre Cinemas, but failed to raise enough money to purchase the building ... But its fundraising efforts were unsuccessful ... Subscribe and save on a digital rate ... .
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This St. Petersburg movie theater needs money, so they’re forming a nonprofit

Tampa Bay Times 09 Jul 2024
Petersburg’s first single-screen independent theater, Green Light Cinema ... The Friends of Green Light Cinema ... It will allow the cinema to accept donations, work on sponsorships and, hypothetically, receive money from the state.
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Tom Cruise and Doug Liman are still discussing an ‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ sequel

NME 09 Jul 2024
READ MORE. ‘Mission. ImpossibleDead Reckoning Part One’ review. staggering stunts can’t make up for the nonsensical plot. Edge Of Tomorrow arrived in cinemas in May 2014 and amassed a decent amount of money, but was never seen as a box office success.
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Nach Ga Ghuma underscores what Hindi filmmakers must learn from Marathi counterparts

News India Times 05 Jul 2024
But someone (read distributors and even OTT platforms) is losing money on them, and interest in theatrical cinema viewing is diminishing ... Why this discrimination when Marathi (like South Indian) movies are looming tall vis-à-vis Hindi cinema?.
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Customers of popular cinema chain say they have been priced out of trips to the ...

The Daily Mail 04 Jul 2024
'Multiplex cinemas in general are going to become a thing of the past ... Tim Richards, the founder and chief executive of the cinema operator Vue International, told the BBC’s Wake up to Money programme the industry was still recovering.
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Cineworld ‘considers closing a quarter of its 100 UK cinemas’

The Observer 04 Jul 2024
Tim Richards, the founder and chief executive of the cinema operator Vue International, told the BBC’s Wake up to Money programme that the industry had been recovering slowly after the pandemic but ...
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What does the UK film & TV industry want from a new Labour government?

Screen Daily 04 Jul 2024
Two Picturehouse cinemas closed last week and cinemas are really struggling to make ends meet ... It’s too expensive going to the cinema, so people take less risks in what they go to watch.
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What does the UK film & TV industry want from the new Labour government?

Screen Daily 04 Jul 2024
Two Picturehouse cinemas closed last week and cinemas are really struggling to make ends meet ... It’s too expensive going to the cinema, so people take less risks in what they go to watch.

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